Newspaper of Evening Star, September 3, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 3, 1855 Page 3
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evening star. LOCAL ml* KLLIGENCE. Bespscttothe Mehortof Judge Crasch At a meeting of the members of the bar and the officers of the courts, held this morning, in the court room, on motion of Richard 3. Coze, Esq . John Marbury, Esq., was called to the chair, and John Smith, Esq., (clerk to the court,) appointed secretary. Mr Coxe said that they had assembled in consequence of an event, which, though long anticipated, had struck them with surprise. They had met to commemorate the life, vir tue*. and character of our deceased brother. Judge Craoch. He died at about the age of eighty six year?, after haying lived thus long as an individual, and having presided a long er period of time than he had ever heard of, on the bench?in a judicial capacity. He was appointed a Judge of the Circuit Court in Kirch. 1801, fifty-four years sinoe, and has now left us. His place is to bo supplied; but he might say a long time must elapse before hu p a:e can be supplied with so much ability and acceptance. Judge Cranch was a native of Massachu chusetts. and came to this city, he believed, in the year 1795 or 1796; and at once engaged in a great deal of active business, while he was ever respected for his talents. Having been appointed, in 1801, the junior judge of the cir cuit court, he was subsequently elevated to the position of chief justice of that court, and wa? likewise the judge of the district court. All who knew him in the course of their prac tice in th? courts, knew how well and admira bly he fulfilled all of the duties with which he va-> entrusted. Few judges ever excelled hiui; few ever equalled him in all the essentials which go to constitute the character of a great judge He was eminent for learning in all the departments of law?admiralty, chancery, criminal, common law. He was thoroughly imbued with the learning of the profession frwin the earliest days With regard to his personal character, no imputation ever rested jipon it, for his integ rity was never impugned. His faithfulness, bis impartiality, his urbanity of manner towaru those who practiced in the courts over which he presided ; his uncommon industry in prepar ing and pronouncing judgment after argument "had be-.Mi closed?-il all these he stood pre-em intnt; and although we have known judges possessing a larger extent of inquiry, he pos seted that necessary degree of inquiry which qualified him most admirably for the duties which devolved upon him. We hare met with a great loss; but, thank God ! he has left a bright example. We trust th.it every young man, while he reverences, will follow him?imitate Judge Cranch in in dustry. ard endeavor to equal him in learn in? ; be pure of heart as he was pure, honor able as he was honorable, so as to leave as pure and eminent a character for the admiration of his countrymen. With these views thus thrown out, and sat ilued thai he should have the hearty acqui quiescence of the gentlemen present, a com mittee was appointed, on his (Mr. Coxe's) v motion to draft appropriate resolutions, and to express the sense of the bar and the oiucers of the court relative to the sad event. The following named gentlemen were ap pointed by .he Chair to constitute the com mittee ? Messrs. R. S. Coxp, Reddin, J. H. Bradley. Carlisle and Ennis. Ihe committee retired, and, after about an boar's absence, returned, reporting, through Mr Coxe. a scries of resolutions, setting forth the eminent virtues of the deceased, and re ferring to his official character in terms of eulogy. Oue of thtm, in manifestation of the high respect entertained for th? late Judge Cracch. proposes that the members of the bar ax >i the officers of the court, wear the usual ba-i -e of mourning for thirty days, and, as a bnly, attend his funeral?which will take ^lacc to-morrvr afternoon, at four o'clock, lr iu his recent residence on Capitol Hill: and atr thcr resolution suggests to at, with the con ference of the family, a substantial and ap propriate monument be erected over thegrave of tae decessed. and t*?at a committee be ap pointed to carry the design into effect. Mr. Carlisle seconded the resolution?, and in doin* v> delivered a brief but eloquent eu logy. saying. in conclusion, that, for more than ball" a century, Judge Cranch took his place on the " ju igment seat" " void of offence to ward God and man." We are reluctantly compelled to abbreviate the proceedings, in order to preserve an out line of them in to-day's Star. Visiting Military.?The announcement of the contemplated visit to this city, on the 12'h instant, of the Fifty-third regiment of the Bal timore (Maryland) volunteers, recalls to (uf m:nd a similar visit made on that day nine teen years ago. At that time the city of Washington found itself in the sane condition that Louisville was at its late election on the first of the past month, namely: without a single volunteer militia company, to be called upon either for the public protection or to act ^ as an es.'ort. A number of companies had here been organised, but, after an existence of twelve or fifteen months, ceased to exist. Under these circumstances,, it was thought impossible to raise another; but a few enter prising individuals determined that the Balti mt reans should have at least one company to receive them ; so they sUrttd a list on tne 15tn of August, 1836. anil by the 26th of the same amth, having a sufficient number for that Cirpoee, met and organised the Washington ight Infantry, by electing as its captain John A Blake, and as lieutenants Richard France, W. H. Munro. and John Mills1; and which company paraded fifty men on the 12th of September, 1836, and joine 1 with the citisens on that day in extending a wcleome to the visiting military; performing all the escort and guard duty on tnat occasion ; on the 3d of June. l^O, Captain Blake resigned his com mand. and w;>3 succecdcd bv Richard France, who kft the company in May, 1846, and wjh? succeeded by Joseph 11 Tate, who resigned in November, 1853. E. C. Carrington was elected and acted as captain for a brief period, and on bi? resignation, James Y. Davis was elected to the ommand It is unnecessary to say anythin? in especial commendation of the infantry, further than that it was the nucleus arounl which has ral? lied a gallant regiment. Th* Late Elk Hcrr?WTe have recently learr.el ?oaie particulars of the elk hunt on Wed.isday night and Thursday last which will be read with no little intere.-t. Thus, it * siid that the animal, which aliv? was full fruruen hands h'gh, and weighed 5<K) pounds, had been missing from the premises of hte owner (Clark Mills) for many months. The hou-ids uf Mr. George Duval, not Mr. George Talburt as we erroneously stated in the Star . on Fnday last, started the game at about 3 a. 1 m. They were first heard in chase near tho ? l?*er bridge on the Maryland side, from W wheuce they ran to the neighborhood of the f Asylum, wh^re the chase doubled and ran ba*k through the larms of Mr. Talburt, Mrs Wociruff and the Union Land Association; ane then taking up the old Bladensburg road on the east siie of the 1'astern Branch until ne-ir Scagg s camp ground, it made down frcm thence for the water at the upper bridge, where there were a company of persons about to start up the marsh ortoian shooting. They joined in the chase, and the animal took to the water some d: <tance up. landing in safety, and the dogs pursuing him no further. The orto lan shooter*, however, pursued him in their skiffs, and coming within range of him on the ?dge of the marsh on Jcffci's land, shot him with repeated wounda. The game was, ot course, sold in.tbe city, as tlis huntsmen were professional men in that line. We can say of it tnat we never eat finer venison than it af forded upon the tables at Willard's and the Kirkwood House. St. Asdrkw's Sofi^Tr or M'ashiigto*.? The following gentlemen have been elected officers of this society, which has recently been organised : Gilbert Cameron, president; Willi! m Baliantyue and John Smith, vice J residents; Frederick D. Stuart, treasurer; ames McWilliams, secretary; Chas. Sword, Jas. Henderson, Jas. Anderson, Jas. Batcben, Win- R- Smith, and A. B. M'*Farlan, managers. Ml'Sic.?There was comparatively slim at tendance on Saturday evening at the Presi dent s Mouse grounds, to listen to the music of the Marine Band and to enjoy the delighful * promenade. The Band performed admirably r tlkiting the admiration of all listeners. 1 have no doubt every remedy which medical ecience oan fathom ha* been applied, in rome ca?s aWcesafully, and that now romedies are suggested every day for that appalling pesti lence, the yellow fever. Now, I wish to state a cue that was told to the mother of the writar by an old lady, whose husband waa in the lsut staee of the fever, when it raged in Philadelphia some twenty or thirty years since. When the physician began tola* hope, she thought she would try a remedy which suggested iiseu to ner; so sae uCUg-t ? peck of onions, sliaed them, and placed them around and over her husband. In half an hour, she removed them and placed fresh ones, and so continuing, the patient being unconscious and delinou*; about midnight the fever broke, and after awhiie the patient fell into a calm slurn ? ? V* next morning. when the physician called, be was astoniAcd. and said he really expfeited a very different change from what had taken place, and that her husband would recover, which he did. Another fact she stated that the onions turned green and loathsome, but she had du" a hole and buried them as fast as she removed them, which, I think, waa necessarv, as no doubt th? disease was in them. Now. the above is simple, but plausible, and would not, I think, interfere with any ether remedies now in use Tours, respectfully. Aug. 25, 1855. H B j CoLViniA Fire Company.?It was to be ex pected that the members of this association would give to the munificent lady. (Mrs. Pen dleton,) to whom they are so largely indebted, un appropriate greetings on her return from abroad. On Saturday evening this expecta tion was fulfilled m a manner alike worthy of themselves and their patroness. The welcome home was as grac?tful as it was cordial. In the tasteful and beautiful illumination, which made their hall, on Capitol Hill, a blase of light, and the exquisite music, more eloquent than any form of words, they paid a merited compliment to the lady, and illustrated by their example, in the mode of its manifesta tion, and in the feelings which prompted it, how true it is "that grateful mind* by owing owe not, but still pay at once indebted and discharged." i Cask.?On Friday last a case was laid before Justice Bates which attracted the attention of a large number of persons. It ap peared that some time since a oolored married woman, the mother of a small boy, was taken up as a lunatic and confined in Jail. Her hus band had the child under his care, but beine obliged to leavo the city, placed him with a colored family to take carc of. The uncle of the child, a respectablo slave man, had his doubts of the safety of the child's position, and determined to seo after him. The child had been sent after liquor by the guardians, and while on his errand met his uncle, who took him in his arms and was making off wifh him, but was overtaken by the opposite party, and a riotous scene occurred in the street! The justice, after hearing all the facts of the case decided to di?miss it, and discharged the parties. - Yocng Catholic Friends' Socif.tv. At a meeting of the \oung Catholic Friends* Socie ty. held yesterday evening, at the Washing ton Seminary, the following officers were elect ed for the ensuing yt?ar: President?John C Fitzpatrick; Vice Prcsident^-C. S Jones; Re cording Secretary?V. E. King; Correspond ing Secretary?John Noyee: Trcasur?^?James S Harvey; Book-keeper?Wm. A. Kennedy Steward?George F. Allen. Trustees from St. Peter's Church?E. M Hamilton, W. J. Wheatley; St. Matthew's? Martin Rcnahan, George Harvey; St. Pat rick s?R. B. Owens, George Savage; St. Mary s?R. Eichorn, Peter Conlan; St. Domic ick s?J. T. Cassell, R. Mahoney. Fire-Alarm.?The Perseverance Fire Com pany have arranged a plan of tapping :their bell, when alarms are given, so as to indicate the direction in which the fires may be The I plan is said to be a good one, if artcd upon only when there is real cause, and the bell placed under the control of proper person*, ne have not heard whether the other com panie* of the fire department have agreed to be governed by the proposed plan; it is being discussed by firemen in the different wards. SrjfDAv Sport?Yesterday, a large number I of person*, m iry of tham from tliealjacent c untry, left the city completely supplied with guas, powder, shot, fishing tackle, bottles of ?' hot stuff,' Ac., to eiij'?y the Sabbath day in the marches and on the river. Ortolan, reed, anl blackbirds suffered some, and we are told that many of the sportsmen returned to the city suffering a little, having been '? shot in the neel*. ' Wo are glad to be able to state that nearly all of the " ohot" ones were stiangers in this city, and have left for home. Propbssor Espcta, who has been absent from the city for a year past, has returned to his 48 a mem^er ?f the Marine Band, and on Saturday last played with it on the Presi dent s grounds, sounding, as heretofore, his briiliant notes on the Saxe horn, on which in strument he has no superior. We learn that it is the intention of this gentleman to form a Srivate brass band, like that heretofore con noted by him, and with which the lovers ( f dancing and night serenades were so much de lighted. Aid for the Apflicted.?Friendship Lodge, No. 12, I. 0. 0. F.. has contributed twenty five dollars the relief of the sufferers at Ports mouth, which has been paid over to Chubb Brothers. The Rev. Mr. Pyne yesterday notified the congregation of St. John's (Episcopal) Church that the collections taken up during the five Sabbaths in this month (September.) would be torwarded to Norfolk and Portsmouth, for the benefit of the sufferers by the yellow fever. Sale op Lots ?The attention of thoso want ing snail lots is called to the advertisement <( .. r?HSu,re> where'u it is stated that he will sell on to morrow afternoon eighteen lots w i ne'$hbo'k<**? of the Circle, in the First ?tk e ' y arc divided into lot* of 15 by 7a feet and would make good residences for some of our young, and industrious mechanics. Relief.?Chubb Brothers acknowledge the receipt of thirty six dollar* and fifty oents subscribed by the employees of the First Au ditor s Office, Treasury Department, for the relief of the suffering inhabitants of Norfolk and Portsmouth. Several of the gentlemen hal previously contributed. The National Guard, Capt. J. A. Tait, will procced to the farm ot" Col. lliekey. on the 11th of September, and there encamp during that day and the 12th. Watch Returns.?Andrew Thompson, dis orderly at the circus, fine and costs; John Thomas, out after hours, do.; John Laurence, disorderly, do.; Charlotte Pepsico, do., let go; Win. Alba ugh. profanity, fine and costs; Leon -rd Herbert, loitering in an engine-house, fine and cost*; Victor Hughes, do. do.; Lewis Fel. den, disorderly, workhouse 30 days; Hcniy Scgur, do do.; James Cropsey, vagrant, fine and costs: Wm. Cropsey, J?., workhouse 30 days; Benj. Brookes, out after hours, fine and costs. The Greatest Medical Discovery of the age is AVER'S CATHARTIC PILLS They Hon't help complaints, but the) cure them t.'ne Box has cured Dyspepsia Three boxes have cureu the worst eases of Scrof Ula. Two boxes have cored Eryslpelrs. Oae box always cures the Jaundice. 1'hree boxes are sure to cleanse the system from Boils?often less than one does It. Two boxen have completely cured the worst of uWrsoiittoelezs. c;maJi doses seldom fall to cure the Piles. One dose cures the headache arising from afoul ?tomach. Sir-uig doses often repeated expel every worm nom the body. They should be given to children no are always, more or less afflicted with this scourge. n!L4&5ntle Pby*lc 'hey have no equal. ne box cures derangement of the liver. Half a box cures a cold ?*?? ?"'* I j worU? Dlaoer P1U theie ?? not an equal in the w vegetable and can do no harm. I I good #ccouH?iij,L unaccountable amount of | * by DR. J. C AVER, Lowell, Mass., and sold by every respectable dnwgUt. j^THlCtJM, Ireor-etowa; JAMES COOK A CO i Frede/lcksburg ?u 17?4oi 1)7 HmHu4'i Celebrated Oeri Bitter*.?Weak, nervous, depressed !n spirits, and a prey to inaiuaerable mental, as well as phy sical evils, the victim to dyspepsia, is indeed an object of commisaeration. Yet it is absurd for him to despair. "VVe care not how weak, low, nerve us, and irritable he may be. the cordial prop erties of HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, are stronger than the many-beaded monster, which is preying upon his body and mind; and if he chooses to try them, we will insure a speedy cure. Bee advartlsanatat. je 7?3m E7* Inhalation for Diseased Lnags ?The mode of inhalation, in cases of diseased lungs and throat, recommended by Dr. Curtis in his ad vertlsement, strikes us as the true one. It is now I:cnerally admitted by our best physicians, that otal difficulties can only be successfully treated by loetl applications. This practice has been pursued from the first with respect to external in flammation and corrosions, ana we see not why diseases of the throat and lungs may not be treated in the s-ame manner; we believe they may. In this variable rlimate of ours, where lung and tbroatcomplaints have becomes? prevalent and rife, we earnestly recommend to tbe public, and to the afflicted > specially, to avail themselves of Dr. Curtis's remedy ?[One who has tried it.] See advertisement in this paper. Cautiow.?Dr. Curtis's Hygeana is the original and ouly genuine article. lm ID* Premiums at the Fairs? Whltehtf rst's still in the ascendant.?The juries of each of the late feirs at Baltimore, Richmond, and New York, awarded their hightest premiums to J. H. W. for their superiority of Photographs, Stereoscopes and D.ufuereotypes exhibited. Mr. W. also received two medals at the World's Fair, London, and a premium at Crystal Palace, New York. Also, the first awards of the Maryland Institute for three years past. Whitehurst's Gallery in this city is on Pa. ave nue, betweeen Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets, feb 17 [p" Baker's Bittera.?This home manufac t'ired remedy for Dyspepsia. Nervousness, and other diseases arising from disordered stomach, Ac., is rapidly winning its wav to favor wherever it is introduced. We were shown a letter on Satur day last from a gentleman in Hanover, who de clares that after six years' intense suffering with Dyspepsia and nervous headache, during which time he used, with little or no effect, a great va riety of medicines recommended by others, he has t>een perfectly cured of both annoyarces by the use of four bottles of Baker's Prkmicm Bitters. With such unquestionable endorsements, we think that those who are afflicted, and yet fail to try this remedy, deserve to suffer. Capt. Baker is one of our most reliable citizens, and we feel perfectly satisfied that under no circumstances would he recommend the use of his Bitters where he did not think that good would result from so doing. For cholera morbus and such like complaints we kno * these bitters are excellent, having had frequent occasions to try them.?Richmond Morning Mail. Price 50 cents per bottle. To be had of CHAS. STOTT A CO., Wash ington, D. C.: CANBY A HATCH, and SETH S. HANCE, Baltimore; and by Druggists every where. eoJt \U~ Six more Cnaes of Neuralgia cured Yesterday.?Mv ELECTRIC OIL is the only thing that can be relied on for that, or Rheuma tism, or pains of any kind. All Sores and Hurng I will warrant it to cure in three days or I will not charge a cent for it. Remember the office, No. 3y South Eighth st., Philadelphia. A regular Doc I tor in sttendance. Prtf. C DsGRATH. STOTT A CO , Agents. au 31?lw A Card.?W. H. Wheatley would most respectfully inform the ladies find gentlemen of Georgetown, Washington, and vicinity that, after a:i absei.ee ten vears from the District, be hes u^ain returned, arid will, on the 1st September, I 35, take charge of the old established dyeing es tiblishment, on Jefferson street. Georgetown, B.C. W. H. W., previous to his d^pj.rture from the District, served an apprenticeship of nine years at the above named establishment, under his un c>, F. Wheatle,*, one of the best practlca1 dyers in the District of Columbia, and be is now at con siderable expense refitting and improving the above named establishment in a manner that will enable him to do all work in his line of business in a style unsurpassed by any dyer in the District, ami a^ he intends devoting unremitting attention to business, he feels confident of giving entire sat t-faction to all who may favor him with their pe Ui,;iage Ladle*' Sil*. Woollen, and Cotton Dreawes; Bonnets, Shawls, Ribbons, Ac , neatly cleansed or colored. Gentlemen's Coats, Pants ai.l Vests, Cloaks, Ac., dyed and scoured in a su pc. lor style. Car pets cleansed, and in fact dyeing and scouring of e/ery description done with neat n s and dispatch at W. H. WHEATLEY'S (Jloth Dressing, Silk, Woollen and Cotton Dying ablishment, west side of Jefferson, between II :dge street ahd the Can?.l, Georgetown, a j &i? lOt# To Nervous Sufferers. ?A retired CleT :;;an, restored to health in a few days, after mmy yearn of great nervous suffering, is'anxious to tnhke known the means of cure. Will send (fire) the prescriptions used. Direct Rev. JOHN >1. DAWN ALL, 09 Fulton street, Brooklyn, N.Y. au 17?lm r7"Ttae Marble Mall Clothing Emporium Brawns' Hotel Building, offer unusual induce ments to purchasers of Ready-made Clothing for (j'-rtlernen and Boys' wear. In order to present onr customers with a stock of Goods not to be eq ualled for the coming seasons, cur present stork of Coats, Vests and Pantaloons will be sold at pri ces; that cannot tail to please. Cashmeret*, Drap De Eta, Cwwimeres, Alpaca, Drillings, Linens, Miit-sellles, Ac., Ct r'tnerior cut and workmanship. . pfOAH WALKER A CO. DIED. On the 3d instant, JOHN THOMAS, son of Nicholas and Ann M Speake. aged 21 years. On the 3d instant, MARTHA DASHIELD, the only daughter cf John and Martha Matthews, aged eighteen months " Dearest Martha, thou hast left us, We thy loss do deeply feel; But 'tis God that hath bereft us? He can all our sorrows heal." In Richmond Va , on the2d instant, after a few days' illness, WILLIAM C. SHIELDS. Esq., f>r many years one of the editors of the Norfolk Beacon. * | MUSICAL CLASH. HAVING been repeatedly urged bv many fam ilies to establish a class or classes for instruc tion on the Piano Forte, so as to place it within th? meani4>f every parent to cultivate a musical taste in his family, ind being desirous <-f meeting tbe wishes of the community as far as lifS l!5 power, I am now making arrangements to open sif: h classes, provided sufficient inducements off-r, and in such case, my object being to give a thorough musical foundation to my younger pu pils. I should propose to take a limited number at the low rate of %o per quarter, of SO lessons. Persons therefore desirous of availing themselves of these classes will please apply to me, by note or otherwise, at Mrs. Smith's, No. ? F street, au 25?tf W. HENRY PALMER. COAL AND WOOdT" THE subscribers would respectfidly announce to consumers of Coal and Wood that they have recently established themselves In this city, as Dealers t? Coal and Wood, and hopes to receive a liberal share of their pa> trona^e. We have now on hand a good supply of Oak and Pine Wood. A large supply Antnracite Coal of various sizes, both Red and White Ash now Kticat, which will be ready for sale and delivery this week. Cumberland Coal of the best quality for family, smithing, and manufacturing pur poses Orders filled promptly and satisfaction guaran tied always. ? CASTLEMAN A BRO., Corner of B and tith sts., on the Canal. $u 21?2w WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ffc. M W. GALT A BRO. are constantly receiving large invoices of the above?and ofl'er every article In t i.eir line at the lowest rates ?R>LD AND JSlLVER WORK of every de scription made to order, such as TESTIMONI ALS, richly eml-elllshed with . ppropriate de rmis, SILVER l'EA SETS', lAJNNER SER VICES, Ac Precious Stones set in the most modern styles ARMS. CRESTS, MOTTOES, Ac., cut in Stone and Mttal. M. W GALT A BRO., 321 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and l(itn sts. au 30?tf WALL, BARNARD A CO., Auction A Commission Merchants, Corner of 0th street and Pa avenue, (south side) viil as usual, attend to all sales of Ho?nehold, teal Estate, and Personal Property, Carriages. Jorses, Ae ,or goods of any descriptionconsigned o them, on tbe most reasonable terms, and will ;ive their personal attention. All sales entrusted to them will be attended to rlth promptitude and dispatch. Liberal cash advances made on consignment. WALL, BARNARD A CO, au 7?eolm (Intel) Auctioneers. ~CABAS, WORK BOfcis, Ac. [TUTCHINSON A MUNRO have just received ll direct from the manufacturer a large did landsome assortment of Cabas in calf and Turkey atrocco, of all sixes and superior quality. A'so, an assortment of Ladies' Work Boxes and iressing Cases, portable Writing Desk. Gent's ?having Cases, furnished and unfurnished; wsteb tands, Ac , together with a large assortment of ne Moiie Antique, Mohair and Silk Elastic Lv ies' Melts, to all of which the attention of the ,ubhc is invit<jjUTCHu|goN A MUNRO, 310 Pa av.. between 9th and 10th st?. au 31?tf WANTS. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A SMART, active, Industrious and honest Boy, from 13 to 16 ream of age, to attend In an ofice, and make himself generally useful about a coal yard Address "Coal,"' in the handwriting of ihe appli cant, at the Star office, stating references, Ac. sep 3?It# WANTEi> ?BY A BOY FIFTEEN YEARS of age a situation as salesjnan,or where he can make himself generally useful. He is good at figures, and r nderstands something of book-keep ing. Good references given. Address G F. \V. 1Lrough the Post Office. tep 3?It. WANTED-A SITUATION BY A MAN to work on or manage a farm. Be*t of ref erences given if requited. Address "Wm Calta" at this office. sep 3?3t? WANTED-BY A MAN OF BUSINESS qualifications, a good penman and quick at figures, a situation as Book-keeper, Assistant, clerk or copyist, in a respectable mercantile house, office or agency. Address "A H," at this office, au 27?lw* WANTED-A good washer and ironer, that can bring good recommenda tions Also, a Cook, and a female to work In the house. Apply at Mrs Bates's boarding house, on the southwest corner of Pa. fcvenue and 9th st. au 15?tf WANTED-EVERYBODY TO KNOW that they can get a lot at feet front by 130 feet deep, Ibr the low price of S75?payable S3 a month wituout interest. Apply at the Union Land Office 7th street, above Odd Fellows' Hall. ap2&?6m JOHN FOX, Sec. FOR SALE AND RENT. For rent?a well-furnished par lor and chamber, in a pleasant and he&ltby location. Apply at 474 II street, between 0th ana 10th sts. Term-moderate. sep 3?eo3t* ^JIXTEEN FIVE-ACRE LOTS SOLD ?Hav ing rfold the above number of Lots to various persons intending to improve them during the fallowing year, I would call the attention of any one wanting a pleasant place in the country to those remaining on hand. They are situated about three miles northeast of the city, on a pleas ant road and in a good neighborhood, and will be sold on such terms, as regards price and time, tuat any one in ordinary circums'ances may make a .rood investihent. City property taken in ex change at a fair valuation. In consequence of im provements now in progress in that section of country there must be a considerable advance in value of all lands in that neighborhood. Inquire of JNO. B KIBBEY A CO., Real Estate Agents, Louisiana avenue, next to Sweeny, Rittenhouse A Co.'s Bank. We will be obliged to parties having real estate for sale if they will leave a memorandum at our office. sep I? 6t FOR SALE OR LEASE, (and possession given immediately.)?That handsome Dwelling 'louse ^Vo. 232) on P street, north side, between 13th and 14th street*, containing modern sized parlors with folding doors, wide entry, eleven clumbers, fi.e of which have ventilators; break fist and dining room-*, kitchens with Pond's last improved range, with hot and cold ilxtr-es; bath room, containing plunge and shower baths, sup plied by a tank containing thirteen hundred gal lons of w?ter; well finished cellars. The house in good repair, and the lot is surrounded bv a -"bstantial brick wall, to which is attached a well irained alley ar.d qymmodious brick stable In front of the d ?v*lling house is a pump o? excellent water Tee gas fixtures. Ac., are complete N. B.?Persons desirous of purchasing or leas ir? the above specified property are invited to call. Title indisputable. au 30?lw# J7?OR SALE OH RENT?A desirable tUrre ' story Brick Honse, with passage, back build ings and good yard suitable for store and dwel ling. For further information enquire of Mr. Morgan, on the premises, between 17th and Ibth st eets Pennsylvania ave., Jacob Brodbcck, Wil liam Fanning* Agent. au 2a?6t J^OR KENT?A TWO-STORY AND ATTIC Brick House, on H st., between 12th and 13th, containing eight rooms and a cellar, is for rent. Apply to J. W. BARKER, on II street, next to ULlneran Church. au 28?tf I7?OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY Property.-The advertiser has a farm in Prince William co . Va , containing about345 acres, in a high state of cultivation, a ne lerge and commo dious brick Mansion, wiih other improvements to correspond. The situation Li perfectly healthy ?.nd embraces every possible advantage, wrich he wi hes to exchange for city property. The farm cc.ttalns alargeqi'an itv or fiul? of all kinds. Far particulars enquire at this office for the ad vertiser, who is now ia this city. au 27? PRIVATE S A L E ?SEVERAL FRAME Houses,. suitable for large or small families, containing from 4 to 10 rooms each, on square s^ith of ><quare 513, between 4th end 3 th streets, ardfronting Massachusetts avenue and I street. Te.-ms maac easy. Enquire on said square at No 501. au 4?eotf F* ENTS REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES I' 8150 a ye.*r will be received for the rent of th'^se new and convenient Cottages at Kendall Gr*n, with two acres of ground, stable, wood sh -d.rnd other conveniences attached. Purap* of fiu-e water are near the dour, and communication s 'iad with Georgetown by way of H and Seventh streets and Pennsylvania avenue, morning and af ternoon, at the usual fare, for the accommodation of clerks In the Departments. To secure the advantage of this great reduction of rent, immediate application must be made to th*i undersigned, either by letter or at his house ai Kendall Green, after office hours, where the keys m?y be bad and the houses inspected at any time. Several of these residences will be sold on libe ral term-i. WM. st1ckney, No. 4, Kendall Green. N. B.?Rents paid qua.teriy m advance. no ??eotf Fon RENT OR SALE?A NEW THREE r-tory brick Honsc in complete order, on ?th street, near N, Northern Liberties. Enquire of W. J. McCOLLUM, 6th and K streets, Northern Liberties. au 13?eotf 170R RENT?THE LARGE THREE-STO ? dwelling on First streft, Georgetown, at Tf* by Mrs. R phael Seiumes, will present occupy October. It is in a de hc for rent about the !*? v one of the niost ll<ih'.fal neighborhood, ?tfid i? . comfortable nouses in the towrf Apply to B. I. SEMAIES, *>9 Pa avenue, au 3&-fotf lVTOTlCci.?A TAVERN TO LET.?ONE OF is the best stands on i euilsylvnnTa avenue, and now doing a good business, Is offered io? res*, the fixtures and F urniture for sale. The house will be rented low to a good tenant. A rare chance is off red to any one waiting to go luto such a busi ness. Possession will be given at any time when desired. Fcr further information address "J McG," at this office. au 23?2w* F ^ O R SAL E?IMPROVED AND UNIM nroved Real Estate.?JENNINGS PIGOTT Atttrney at und Agent for Real Estate, has fevral sniKii Houses aud L*ts: and a number of unimproved building I.ots in different portions of the city, which he will sell ai moderate prices and on'accommodating terms Persons wishing ta?ell or buy may do well to give him a call lie will tak& charge of Real Estate, attend to leasing, renting, Ac.$ titles, and at tend particularly to conveyancing Office 516 Washington Library, on 11th street, between C and D. au 16?Jw OOMS for rent?a parlor and several very pleasant furnished Chambers for rent, to a new brlek house. Apply to K K LUNDY, au 8 No. 46 Lo??i?lana avenue. IotITorsTle?two or Three ' good Building Lots in a rapidly improving nc'ghborbood for sale on l?* years' credit. Apply to J H. DRURY. Jj ??tf R I^OR RENT?SEVERAL HANDSOME PAR . lors and Chambers, with Board. Also, Table and Transient Board. Inquire at Mrs. SMITH'S, 233 F street. ap ??tf INDEPENDENT POLICE. Pff^IE undersigned have entered ln?o a firm for -1- the purpose of attending to aU criminal and oli.tr business which may be entrusted to them, Any communication from any part of ihe United f*tatea will be promptly attended to. One of said tirm will be found at all times at John D. Clark's United btetes Police Office, No 527 Twelfth st. WILLIAM H FANNING, JOHN H STEWART, J. NORWOOD, SOLOMON GODDARD. z.u 27?lia (Organ) Bobbin around, gra?e of uncle true, hazel dell I Dream of Home, Hard Times. Good News, Do They Miss Me at Home, You will Miss Me Then, Home of My Childhood, Dearly Do I Love Thee, Few Days, Jordan, and a host of other new and papular pieces just received at 306 Pennsylvania ivenue, near 10th st. JOHN F. ELLIS, au 27 A CARD.?The subscriber Informs his friends and the public that he is now able to attend u> bis business. He can be found at his old stalls, Uentre Market, ready to wait on them, as he dways has done heretofore. The best of BEEF si ways on hand. JNO. WALKER, jy 25?tf V ictualler FOE SAL E?TWO HUNDRED LOTS. Price ?75 each. Two years' credit, or 10 por cent, discount for cash. Apply at the Union Land Office. 7th street, above Odd FeUows' Hall, jy ??3m ... AUCTION SALES. By A. GREEN, Auc'.W EXTKKS1VE SALE OF EXCELLENT New Furniture, * hina. Glass and < rock ery Ware.?On TUhSDAY, the 4th instant, I ?ball sell, at my Auction Store, at the comer oi S'venth and D streets opposite the Parotic Bank tt 10 o'clock a m , a large and excellent assort meat of new Mahogany and Walnut Furniture, Sofas, Chairs, Castor, Rocking and Revolving Chain Dressing and other Bureaus Ot'rmans and H&track Bookcases and Secretaries Writing Desks and Whatnots Mahogany and other Wardrobes Extension Tables Marble top centre, side and other Tables Mahogany French, cottage and walnut Bedsteads Fine painied cottage Sets, Washstands, 4c llair and shuck Msttresses Office and other Chairs With a large lot of other articles which I d*m unnecessary to enumerate. Terms : U nder SjO cash ; oyer *50 a credit ol two, three and four months, for notes satisfactori ly endorsed, bearing interest A. 6RFEN, tep 1 Auctioneer. Will be added to the above sale two pood see ond-hand Piano Fortes and one fine large gilt Frame Mirror A. B. By WALL, BARNARD A CO., Auctioneers. Groceries furniture, Ac. at a?c. tion On WEDNESDAY, the fith irstant, at 10 o'clock a m., we wi lsell, at the store of Mr Mitchell, on the corner of M and 20th streets, hii entire stock in trade, as? Green and Black Tea*, Coffees . Sugars, brown and refined | Soap.-, Starch, Tobacco, Spices Huon. Crcci!?yw??e And all good* usually found in a Orocery. Also. & 12 o'clock, the oo^hold furniture in the dwelling ove? the store, as Chairs, Tablej, Bedsteads, Sideboerds Bureaus, Beds and Bedding Washstands, Carpets, Ac. Also, one Daguerreotype Apparatus In good or der. Terms cash. WALL, BARNARD A CO., sep 1?ts Auctioneers. By JAS. C McGUIRE, Auctioneer. Eighteen desirable building Lots in the First Word, near the Circle, at Public Sale.?On TUESDAY afternoon. September 4th, at !>X o'clock, on the premises. 1 shall sell original Lot No. 5 In Square No 72, sit uated at tbe corner of North L street and New Hampshire avenue, subdivided into eighteen handsome building lots of fifteen feet front each. These lots are situated in an improving part of the city, and are worthy of attention Terms : Onc-lifth cash; the re idue in 0. It, 18, and *21 months, with Interest, secured by deed of trust ou the premises. JAS. C. McGUIRE, au 31?d Auctioneer. By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. PEREMPTORY SALE OF BUILDING 1 Lots On WEDNESDAY afternoon, Sep tember 5th at 5% o'clock, on the premises, I will s''ii Lots No. l(i and 18, in Square No. 6(0 fronting each 61 feet 9 inches on north P, between North Capitol and 1st street west, running back 150 feet. Immediately after, I shall sell Lots 4, 5 and?, in Square 553, front ing on north O street, be"ween 1-t and 3d streets west, running back 1 ? feet to a ' 0 feet all y. Terms: One third cash ; the residue in 6, 12, and IS months, with interest, and secured by a deed cf trust on the premises. JAS. C. McGUIRE, aa 30?d - Auctioneer. By GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneers. Good business stand at auction. Will be fold ou THURSDAY, the 6th Sep tember. at 6 o'clock p. m., that valuable Lot on t'e'eorrer of C street north. Indiana avenue. and First street west, adjoining the four-story brick residence of Dr. Wallace, and fronting all the travel to and ?roro the railroad depot, the Capitol, and City Hall. This location for business of a readv-rtionev kind is better than any to be found in Washington, for hotel, stores, refectory, board ing. Ac. The sale wiU be positive, and the opportunity to a business man seldom t * lie met with. The Lot contains 4.300 feet, and fronts 135 feet on the corner of C stree', Indiana avenue, and 1st street. Terms : 81.000 cash; balance in 6, 12, IS and 24 months, and 3 years. GREEN A SCOTT, au 30?d Auctioneers. Ly GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneers. Kitchen a^id household furni ture.?Will besoid oa TUESDAY morning the 4th September at 10 o'clock, at No 151 I'-nn. avenue, between 3d and IX street*, all tbe house hold Furniture and Kitcheu Fixtures of J a*. Con nolly. a" 29?ts* By C. W. BOTELER, Auctioneer. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE Real Estate on the Isimid. Dwelling Houses and Building Lots.?Bv virtue of a deed of trust bearing date on the fourth day of August. 18-54, and recorded In Liber J A. S., No 81, folios 3M, Ac., the subscriber will sell at public sale, on THURSDAY, tlieCth day of September, 1855. at 8 o'clock p. m., on the premises, Lots Nos 69, 70, 71, 72. 73, 71. 75, 76, 77. 78, 79 and 80. in Joel W Jones's subdivision of square No 515, fronting each 25 feet on Van street, between 3d and 4)tf sts west and N and M streets south, bv 130 feet deep to a fifteen feet alley, with the buildings and im provements, which consist of two well-built and comfortable frame dwelling houses. The above property '? eligibly situated in a de slrable and rapidly Improving part of the city, and will be scld either as a whole or in separate lots, as may be desired, and offers a very favorably opportunity to persons desirous to obtain a resi dence or building lots, or investing. The terms of sale will be one-third cash; and the balance in 6 and 12 months, for notes bearing interest from dav of sale, and secured by deed of trust upon the propertv ; and if not complied with in six da. s after the sale, the property (the term? of which are not so complied with) will be resold upon one week's notice, at the risk and expense oi the defaulting purchaser. All couvevaiicing at expense of purchasers. CflARLES S. WALLACH. Trustee. C. W. BOTELER. au 15?eoAds Auctioneer. CjTOi ^ -r i Bv JAS C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer, rock, FIXTURES AND FURNITURE *'a< onfectionsry Establishment at Pub* V_" ?n TUESDAY morning. S-ptern Confectionery tfstab otr 4tfc, at !?J o ciocx - piin. rtn llsomeut of Messrs. Ryder ?t . J.> H .. street, immediatelv opposite Odd Pfu. I shall Sf II all their stock and Fixtures, caru^. lng? Excellent Soda Water Apparatus Shelving, Glass Cas*>s, Counter Ca es ?"oti iter, Gla^s Jars, Awning ? Ovr.' gil; frame French plate Mirror Maible top Centre and Sofa Tables Cane-seat Chairs. Curtains and Shades Excellent Brussels Carpet, Oilcloth Baking Utensils, Moulds, Frtezers Silver pla'ed Spoons Ice Cream Plates, &c. The above F urniture and Fixtures are all of the best quality and nearly new, and tbe sale offers an excellent opportunity to persons desirous of en gaging in the Confectionary business. Terms : All sums of and under $25 cash; over 825 a credit of 60 and 90 days, for notes bear ing Interest, satisfactorily endorsed JAS C. McUUIRE, an 2tf Auctioneer. By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. Handsome furniture a house hold Eifeets, Family Carriage. .Matched Horses, Kockuway, Farming ltensw5? Ac. On TUESDAY morning. September llth, at let* o'clock, at the country seat of Thomas Marshall, Esq., near the village of Tennallytown, on the turnpike to RocYville, about two miles from Georgetown, I shall sell all his handsome Furni ture and Housekeeping Effects, consisting In part of? Rosewood carved Broca telle covered Sofh. with curtains. <kc. to match Mahogany French Sofa and Chairs, finished in cnary colored brocatelle. curtains to match Mahogany hair spring-seat Sofa and Chairs Rosewood Arm Chairs Whatnot Superb French Mantel Clock, with C&ndelnbras, cost ?300 Rosewood Secretary and Bookcase Marble top Centre and other Tables Elegant gilt frame F reach plate Mirror, plate 60 lay 8i, with slab and bracket Velvet, Brussels, Tapestry and other Carpets, with Rugs to match, all new and of excellent quality line pair of elegant gilt six light gas Chandelien Dining room, hall and other gas fixtures Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands Cnne and wood seat Chairs, Rockers China, Glass. Table Cutlery, Ac. booking, parlor and Chamber Stoves Together with many other articles not necessary to enumerate. At tws o'clock? One handsome Family Carriage, but little used One pair superior matched iron grey Carriage Horses Handsome lion Sleigh, Rock a way Wagons, Ploughs, Harrows Harness, Shovels, Forks, Cultivators Lot of Hay and Corn, Potatoes Hot bed Swb, Ac. Terms: #30 and under cash; over that sr m a :redit of two and four months for notes satisfacto rily endorsed, bearing interest. JA8 C. McGUIRE, au 28?d Auctioneer. N JEW MUSIC received weekly at 306 Ta ave v nue, near 10th st J. F. ELLIS. au 21 TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. REPORT CO FUR THE EVENING STAJU" The B*:lroad Disester. Br au xerox, Sept. 3.?Mn. Gillespie, of Notches, Mi? , fa better this morning, and baa been made aware of the death oC her hoe band. She packed o restless night Leekeni, of Philadelphia, at first considered hopeless, fa mending rapidly. Samuel Lahm of Ohio, loft hero for hie home thfa morning. All the rest of the wounded are comfortable. One bod j fa etill unidentified; bat it fa erl dent that it fa not Ilamphrey'f, as heretofore stated. The name of P. Loreland vae found written iu pencil on the watch poeket of hie pantaloons. There are no other marks bj which to recognise the body. No baggage checks were found upon him. The Wheeler Steve Case. Philadelphia Sept. f.?The jury in tho Wheeler si are case returned a rerdict this morning of " not guilty" on the first count, charging riot, and "not guilty" against all the defendant* on the saeond count for assault and battery, cxcept Ballard and Curtis, who were pronounoed guilty of that charge. Santa Anna'* Arrival at Havana NewOhleaxb, Sapt. 1.?The Creaseut City, with Havana dates of the Xlth, has arrived. Santa Anna and family arrived there on the 24th. but left for Caracas on the 36th Hew Orleans Markets. Nsw Obluahs, Sept. 1?Cotton?Prices are a trifle lower ; sales of 2,000 bales?middling 9}abi. Sales for the wock 12,000 bales. Re ceipts for the year 1.287,500 bales. Exports for the 1,275.000. Crop of la?t yoar Stboat 2 900.000 bales. BALrwoaB, Sept. 3?Flour has declined 12Jto 18jc. per bbl. Sales of Howard street atf 7.75; City Mill* S7.5Ca$7.75. Wheat is dell ar.d drooping; white at ?1.50x1 70; red at rl 45?51.W, and some p' ?>aidoU 160 Corn? white 86nOQ;.; yellowbdatfOe. Kye?Md. and Va. 93a80o.; Pa. 105c. Hew Terk Markets. Naw Yoax, Sept. 3 ?Flour fa eonridarably lower?sales of 0090 barrel* common straight State brands S7 37/ a S7 50; common to good Ohio $8 37 a ?8 50 Southern $8 50 a $8 62*. Wheat has declined a trifle. Sales of 26.009 bushels southern white 51 00 a SI 95. Corn fa somewhat lower. Sales of 50,000 bushels west cm mixed 86 a 85ic. Whisky is steady. Sales of 350 barrels Ohio, 43Jc. Stocks arc better. Money is unchanged. Virginia 5's 66ic; Cumberland Coal Co. 28c; Canton 26c. BOARDING. Mrs. maddox-s boarding house, No 91 street, memr C, west ?id?, 1- prepared to accommodate permanent transient or table boarders Residence near the Avenue, Capitol, City Hall and the principal hotels. Gen tlemen can Lave rooms wMh or without board A large front room for rent, suitable for an ofltoe. au ifl)?lw* A LADY HAVING TAKEN THE PLEAS ant and newly repelled dwelling on Tenth street No. 468, between D and E. will be pleased to receive one family, oi several gentlemen, oa terms the most reasonable The rooms are large and handsomely furnished, and a large verd at tached to the house for the exercise of children. Being near the aveuue, it is most convenient for table and transient boarders. au 27?3w* OOARDING ? PERMANENT AND TABLE As boarders can be accommodated at No 491 Kleventh street, we?t side, be*ween G and H sts Location pleasant and healthy, with well furnished and desirable rooms. auf*" "? BOARDING ?MRS DUVALL.No 331 sylvauiz avenue, opposite Brown's Hotel,L_ several large and desirable rooms, suitable for families or single gentlemen, which she will rent with board at moderate prices. 8he can also ac commodate six or eight table boarders. Jv 3u?tf BOARD, Ac.?MRS BATES,ON THE 8 W. corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Mh street, prepared to accommodate gentlemen with rooms, with or without board. Every effort will be made to render those comfortable who may fhvor her with their patroaage. apO?<f OFFICIAL. Txxascxt Di?aetm?nt. Aug. 3, 1886. Notice Is hereby given to holders of stock of the loan authorised by the act of 1S46, redeemable on and after the 12th November, 1898, that the whole or any part of that stock will be purchased by this department at any time previous to the 30th No vember next, for which 3 per cent premium will be paid ic addition to the sums expressed In the ce.tificates. And to the holders of the stocks of the other loans of the United States, that purchases of the same to the amount of S 1,310,000 will also he mads during the same period at the following rates: For stock of the loan of 1842, a premium of If per ccnt; for stock of the loans of 1847 and 1848, a premium of IS per cent.; and for stock lssaed un der the act of 1350, commonly called Texas-In demnity stock, a premium of e per cent. 1 nterest will also be allowed, at the rate stipu lated in the certificates, from the 1st July last to the day of settlement here, with one day la addi tion, to enable the Treasurer's draft to i cash the P*--7 CertlflcatoJ transmitted to this departi der the present notloJ should be duly i the United States by the pa*ty entitled to wastes the purchase-money. Payment for these stocks will be made by drafts upon the assistant treasurers at Boston, New York or Philadelphia, as the parties entitled te receive the money may direct. JAMES GUTHRIE, au 4?dtNovOO Secretary of the Tsresnry SINGING AND FLITE LESSONS. MR WILLIAM PALMER, Professor of Sing ing, Ac . having been induced to accompany Ms nephew (Mr. Hi nry Palmer, the eminent pi anist,; on his return to this country, and to tsike up his residence in this city, will be happy to re ceive pupil* for Instruction either in Singing or in the art of Flute plaving, having been associ ated with the best ProiVssors in Europe, studied under Crevelii, the great vo<T*l maste in London, a'ld under C. Nicholson, the ixT1 owned flutist Por terms, Ac , apply to him, by note or other wise, St his residence at Mrs Smith's, No. 233 P street. an STEWARD'S SKYLIGHT GALLERY. DAGUERREOTYPES taken for 50 oeaU and upwards, and fitted In splendid cases*. We Lave the finest light in the city, which for soft ness and distribution of shade It not surpassed if equalled in the United States. We invite all who want good Pictures to call at 3J1 Pa avenue, between Oth and 10th streets, over M. W. Gait A Bro 's Jewelry Mere, au 14?lm PERSONS WISHING TO PlfllHAlE i superior Table or Pocket Cutler)*, heavy sllve* ti'aied or Britannia Ware, fine Japanned Tea Trays or Toilet Sets, an excellent Clock, Tea ct C.freeUrn, Enamelled Kettle, Saucepan, Knife Basket. Fnrnace. or any of the hundred and one little etceteras needed by every housekeeper, will do well to remember tliat they can flud them very low at 490 Seventh st. G FRAN CIS sii 28 COPARTNERSHIP. rpiIE undersigned have this day formed a eo A partnership under the name and style of U ARTLY A BRO., for the purpose of transact ing a Flour and General Commission business, at 101 Water street, Georgetown N. B. HARTLEY. E D HARTLEY. Gioisitown, D C , August 1, l?S5. au ??1 me For sale?a desirable nf.w two story Frame Dwelling, with good hack build In*. It Is situated on the most healthy and pleas ant part of High street, Georgetown, and contains 9 rooms, kitchen and cellar To a person In qnest of an excellent private dwelling, a rate opportuni ty is offered. Also, the adjoining vacant lot. _ MJ For terms enquire of WM KING, at ths Wood and Coal Yard of Dickson, Gordon, A Oe . Walei ? tieet, G*""??iiii au fl?TASJw

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